FRAMINGHAM – The latest departure from the Spicer administration is the Framingham Deputy Director of Capital Projects & Facilities Management.
After more than seven years with the City of Framingham, Ashley Malloy has resigned. The full time position paid $95,000.
Hired in July 2014, she was the operations manager for the City’s facilities for more than five years.
In September 2019, she was promoted to the Deputy Director of Capital Projects & Facilities management. She was the #2 in the facilities department behind Director Jim Paolini.
Capital Projects and Facilities Management Department “operates, maintains, and preserves municipal facilities, strengthen the sustainability and resiliency of municipal operations, and provide superior services for employees and members of the public in an efficient and innovative manner while maintaining fiscal responsibility.”
The departments’ headquarters moved from the Memorial Building to the former Christa McAullife Library branch building in Saxonville.
The Capital Projects and Facilities Management Department is Responsible for:
- Responsible for the maintenance, operations, and utilities of all city-owned buildings and grounds.
- Efficient operation of all environmental systems, including custodial services, waste removal, paper recycling, snow removal, and grounds maintenance.
- Operate and maintain the mechanical infrastructure of city-owned buildings.
- Responsible for general maintenance, repair, alterations, and renovations of all facilities including building interiors, exteriors, and grounds.
- Issuing of parking permits, collection of money, and monitoring the city-owned Parking Lots, Garage, and Meters.
- Reserving and coordinating event rentals for Nevins Hall, Cushing Chapel, Centre, and Downtown Commons.
- Construction oversight and management for all Capital Buildings Projects.
The City of Framingham did not announce the departure.
The position has yet to be posted.